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When upstarts SosMula and ZillaKami come together, their fusion is seamless—oozing true skill with a reckless lack of fucks left to give. Get ready. Their collective story begins in , though their respective paths in music happened long before that. Growing up in Harlem, SosMula lived at the intersection of hip-hop and ink culture, as his mother owned a tattoo shop that became his second home. Listening to artists like Eminem early on, Sos quickly found his way to music. Eventually the streets came calling and budding Trap stars like Jeezy would provide the soundtrack to his real life. When Sos was released, he learned that not only was P building a new movement, but his little brother ZillaKami was now a part of it. Raised in Bay Shore, Long Island, ZillaKami was a product of the flourishing Hardcore movement specific to the region—as clubs like Revolution Bar in Amityville were backbones of that niche culture. Self-taught in music theory, Zilla would piece sounds together by the familiar work of his idols like Henry Rollins and his work with Black Flag. Having his own take with a skewed rap spin, the product became not only a successful blend of the two art forms, but so unique that when his older brother P took his label to the next level with business partner Mel Carter, they would make ZillaKami a flagship artist.
Prior to the formation of City Morgue in , Junius Rogers, professionally known as ZillaKami, worked extensively with 6ix9ine in the underground hip-hop scene in New York City and ghostwrote many of 6ix9ine's early songs. In response, ZillaKami and other detractors publicly circulated information about 6ix9ine's child sex abuse charges. ZillaKami had met Vinicius Sosa, known professionally as SosMula, on his first day out of jail, and started creating songs some time after meeting with record producer Bouabdallah Sami Nehari, known professionally as Thraxx. Together, the trio had made many projects since then under their names, such as the tracks with visuals Shinners 13, 33rd Blakk Glass, and Sk8 Head, numerous singles, and an album City Morgue Vol 1: Hell or High Water. The duo's music had been categorised as punk rap ,  trap metal ,  hardcore rap ,  horrorcore  and nu metal ,  often containing elements of extreme metal and shock rock. It's more trap , with more s and high-hats ". The group are influenced by punk rock , hardcore punk , nu metal and hardcore hip hop,  specifically citing influences such as Behemoth , Slipknot ,  Title Fight , DMX , Radiohead , Onyx ,  Eminem and Tyler, the Creator. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. City Morgue. Punk rap trap metal hardcore hip hop horrorcore nu metal.
In retrospect, I believe I was being led to my current spouse. Would she be okay with never being married in the temple. And depending on his views of the Sabbath, you will probably get the tug of war on Sundays. Marriage to the wrong person is extremely difficult. She probably doesn't even realize how crazy that is. I am Roman Catholic so I believe almost the exact same things as a regular-non mobot- type mormon This religion Mormonism has a dual identity where some believers are closed mined fools. Like it was mentioned above, see how she deals some of the issues now and if she can't handle it, it might be better to find someone else.